Received this church sign from a friend recently. Too thought-provoking not too share. This week’s bad church sign of the week says:
SERMON OCT. 14
GET OFF YOUR DONKEY
And if you are like me, you automatically see the insinuation with the replacement word for donkey leaping into your mind. The passage is of the Good Samaritan. Don’t avoid needs when you see them, get off of your literally donkey or your figurative donkey and get up to help somebody. That’s the point of the message.
It’s funny. It’s clever. But is it right? Where is the line between being engaging and being crude?
Bad Church Sign of the Week:
“OUR WORSHIP LEADER WAS CONTEMPORARY WHEN CHRIS TOMLIN WAS IN JR HIGH”
Red Sea Church, you win. I don’t know what you win, but you definitely have it wrapped up.
So what is it that your church boasts about?